CAMPBELL RIVER ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITTEE
The Campbell River Environmental Committee (CREC) is a non-profit society, which began in the early 1970s, working on environmental issues in the Campbell River area.
is to achieve the best environmental outcome.
is to collaborate with governments, organizations and the public for the best environmental outcome.
is the water, especially the protection, security and safety of drinking water. Our approach is science-based, factual research.
CREC members contribute to community committees providing oversight, advice and planning. CREC is a member of the BC Mining Law Reform Network.
In community service, we become involved in a broad range of activities: site visits to industrial operations; writing letters and reports; meeting with all levels of government; working with hydrologists, geoscientists, and forestry professionals.
On the community side, CREC meets with multiple stakeholders in the stewardship and the protection of our watersheds.